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6 definitions by the wanderer

 
1.
RSS
Most commonly referred to as Really Simple Syndication. This is a format used in the internet community to help standardize the syndication of information. This syndication is also refered to as a 'feed,' and is normally in XML or RDF codebase. It is very popular to use what is called an 'aggregator' or 'newsreader' to download these 'feeds' onto a users desktop.
The website's RSS feed had a daily syndication.
by The Wanderer May 30, 2005
 
2.
A term used to describe a syndicated article/item on the web via RSS, XML, or ATOM technologies.
"I just got a feed talking about a cool new service called UrbanDictionary.com"
by The Wanderer June 01, 2005
 
3.
The act of tipping over a portable lavatory, preferably while someone is inside and using the facilities.
That disheveled dude with the wet hair and the stinky clothes was a victim of johnnytipping.
by the wanderer June 03, 2005
 
4.
ETE
1. ETE- Exploit the Environment: A graffiti cult in NYC led by the masterminds Teny, Tiffany, and Katrin. While the cult's common signature is simply ETE, it can also contain messages or drawings. ETE is less "legal" than ETU*, but being comprised of high school kids, they do watch out and make sure nothing is permanently or stupidly tagged.

*ETU- Exploit the Urban: A less-exclusive ETE with more members whose primary tools are pens, pencils, or chalk, and whose scope of vandalization includes posters, desks, and other school equipment. More than half most high school kids can recognize the top artists' signatures within a glance; all ETE/U members are extremely talented artists and never mark something poorly.
ETE likes to vandalize posters, especially those that are marketed with products, surveys, media, etc.

ETE does not like to use bubble-letters, mainly because ETE was created by unique artists with a different, preferred handwriting style. ETE members consider handwriting an art form and can write in 7 different languages, including Russian, Japanese hirigana + katakana, Chinese kanji, Korean, Arabic, Armenian, Greek, Cryllic, and occaisionally, Latin. ETErs don't have one distinct handwriting style.

Some of ETE's messages include, "Darwin loves America" and, "Exploit our Children". They have a better time, however, getting their messages across when the poster they're vandalizing has to do with something particularly funny or ridiculous. Example: Tagging a News Channel poster with, "War is Fun!"

ETE's idea originated from Teny's Biology class, where the teacher had once said, "This world... we're so ignorant, hurting the environment like this, ruining our own lives... exploiting the environment, and we'll never stop" Months later after looking back at her notes, the three decided to use that as their mark.
by The Wanderer June 14, 2006
 
5.
Another form of bozack or bozak. Refers to the male sexual organs, including the scrotum. Most often used in the phrase "eat my bozat".
Y'all can kiss my hunogous bozat!
by the wanderer January 16, 2003
 
6.
ete
1. ETE- Exploit the Environment: A graffiti group in NYC led by the masterminds T+T+K. While the group's common signature is simply ETE, it can also contain messages or drawings. ETE is less "legal" than ETU*, but being comprised of high school kids, they do watch out and make sure nothing is permanently or stupidly tagged.

*ETU- Exploit the Urban: A less-exclusive ETE with more members whose primary tools are pens, pencils, or chalk, and whose scope of vandalization includes posters, desks, and other school equipment. More than half most high school kids can recognize the top artists' signatures within a glance; all ETE/U members are extremely talented artists and never mark something poorly.

Points:

ETE likes to vandalize posters, especially those that are marketed with products, surveys, media, etc.

ETE does not like to use bubble-letters, mainly because ETE was created by unique artists with a different, preferred handwriting style. ETE members consider handwriting an art form and can write in 7 different languages, including Russian, Japanese hirigana + katakana, Chinese kanji, Korean, Arabic, Armenian, Greek, Cryllic, and occaisionally, Latin. ETErs don't have one distinct handwriting style.

Some of ETE's messages include, "Darwin loves America" and, "Exploit our Children". They have a better time, however, getting their messages across when the poster they're vandalizing has to do with something particularly funny or ridiculous. Example: Tagging a News Channel poster with, "War is Fun!"

ETE's idea originated from a Biology class, where the teacher had said during one lesson, "This world... we're so ignorant, hurting the environment like this, ruining our own lives... exploiting the environment, and we'll never stop" Months later after looking back at her notes, the three decided to use that as their mark.
ETE is made up of all females.
by The Wanderer June 18, 2006